Saskatoon police are investigating after shots were fired at a hotel near the airport.
Police were called out to the Saskatoon Inn at 2002 Airport Drive shortly after 5 a.m. Wednesday.
Officers arrived to find a door to a third floor room had apparently been kicked in.
Inside the room, they found three bullet holes, with the shots appearing to have come from the suite next door.
A guest staying on the floor told 650 CKOM he heard six or seven loud booms, followed by thee pops that sounded like tin cooking sheets banging together.
He said those noises were followed by what sounded like footsteps making their way down the hall.
No one was found in either room and no injuries were reported.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Saskatoon police or call CrimeStoppers.